Be part of the biggest signing event in the world and take on sign2sing!
In 2020 and 2021 thousands of individuals across the UK will perform a selection of songs from the sign2sing back album in British Sign Language.
sign2sing is an opportunity for team building, community engagement and Deaf awareness while also fundraising for the Deaf health charity SignHealth.
Register your organisation now to get started!
Taking part is sign2sing is easy, just follow these helpful steps:
|Register – it’s simple and takes just a couple of minutes|
|Practise the song using our tutorials|
|Plan and promote a sign2sing performance event|
|Donate £2-£5 per person to take part and encourage others to support your fundraiser for SignHealth|
|Perform the song|
|Pay in your hard earned money!|
We recommend having 2-3 short practice sessions ahead of your sign2sing performance to help your group learn the signs. You can also share links to the tutorials with your participants that they can learn in their own time.
Our sign2sing team are always on hand to help, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us 0203 947 2605.
This year we have put together the most popular songs for your fundraising efforts from our back album.
When you register you will receive a pack with details to get you started to learn the songs.
Want to learn more and create a signing concert? Click here to visit our library of songs to get started.
SignHealth is a UK registered charity, established in 1986, dedicated to providing and improving healthcare services for people who are culturally Deaf (people who are profoundly Deaf and who use sign language to communicate).
SignHealth’s vision is a world where there are no barriers to good health and well-being for Deaf people and our projects and services have been designed to transform the lives of those who are facing significant life challenges, in order to prevent the high rate of mental and physical health issues experienced.
We campaign for equal rights/opportunities for Deaf people; provide supported housing; provide specialist services (psychological therapy and advocacy) in British Sign Language, provide support and coping strategies to survivors of domestic abuse; ensure better access to mainstream health services; develop innovative communication solutions and undertake research into Deaf Health.
For more information please visit the SignHealth website.